By David Nylund, Eric Anderson
Appears to be like at modern activities speak radio and its relatives to either conventional and more recent sorts of masculinity.
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His comments suggest that various citizen-based groups are effectively organizing and changing the direction of media programming to become more democratic, more diverse, local, and participatory. Only time will tell if this current countermovement takes hold and reverses the direction of media consolidation. SPORTS RADIO AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE Susan Douglas (1999) posits that people turned to talk radio in response to a breakdown of public life (that has occurred since the 1980s). Talk radio, according to Douglas, fulﬁlls a timeless need 34 Beer, Babes, and Balls people have to be involved in civic affairs and express their opinions with fellow citizens: Talk radio gave listeners a way to tap into the nation, into public opinion, into a community that they did not have before, where they could hear viewpoints that had not been ﬁltered and homogenized by the TV networks and their news anchors .
Once again, the female producer’s observations of sports radio lend merit to the critical standpoint taken up by Goldberg. Throughout my interview with her, she mentioned how sports radio hosts, staff, and callers become involved in sports talk to project their superiority over women. Rather than appreciating the civility and respectfulness of the discourse, my interviewee felt that men used sports radio to boast about their own knowledge and expertise: Guys think they know everything about sports and everything else .
215). Even some critical sports scholars, such as Sabo and Jansen (2000) and Grant Farred (2000), agree that sports talk can momentarily break down barriers of race, ethnicity, age, and class. In his article analyzing sports talk discourse, Farred argues that “sport facilitates the transient construction of alliances across racial, class, and even ethnic lines: White suburbanites, inner-city Latino and African American men can all support the New York Knicks or the Los Angeles Dodgers” (p. 4 Again, from my personal experience, I partially concur with Hammer and Farred’s comments.
Beer, Babes, and Balls: Masculinity and Sports Talk Radio by David Nylund, Eric Anderson